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Art show opening Sunday, June 28

The Five Rogues plus One

a group show

Darren W. Alexander | Troy Ennis | Larry Patrik May | Rick Miles | C. J. White


Sarah A. Morrigan

June 28 – August 17, 2009

Opening Reception: Sunday, June 28, 2009 – Noon

First Presbyterian Church of Portland

1200 SW Alder St

June 24, 2009 at 8:33 pm Leave a comment

You are invited to an art fair this weekend.

The Episcopal Church has been in recent years very supportive of arts. Long before the emergent church movement rediscovered the value of arts in spirituality and communal worship, many Anglican parishes established art programs to connect children to art in the context of spiritual formation, to provide forum for emerging artists, and to better incorporate fine arts, music and performance arts in the life of the church.

In this spirit, Portland’s Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (147 NW 19th Avenue) will be host to its ninth annual art festival. This year the show features over 95 artists.

This is also a good opportunity to personally meet many local artists and artisan crafters including Sarah.

Event details:

Saturday-Sunday, May 9-10.

May 5, 2009 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Sarah Morrigan/Iridia Creative Productions artist presentation slideshow

PDF version of the slideshow

PowerPoint (required fonts: Gill Sans MT and Bodoni MT)

April 25, 2009 at 5:12 pm Leave a comment

Pillar of Light

Pillar of Light

This is one of the three pieces inspired by the Filianic Scriptures.

Upon the Heaven are these words inscribed, the words of thy salvation. Upon the Heaven in signs of fire before the dawn of time. Upon the Crystal Tablet that passeth not away… The world is but a shadow, yet it is a shadow of Truth; and at the ending of the age shall the world be redeemed. Neither a leaf upon a bramble shall be lost, nor a blade of grass pass into nothingness. But thou, My child, of all the world, thou alone hast power to choose; and thus art thou called maid, for maid is she that hath the power of choosing. Fix then your will upon the Truth and your heart on the Spirit My Mother, for by your love shall the world be redeemed, even to the last blade of grass. In thy work praise Her and in thy resting, in thy speech and in thy silence. For thou wert made one with Her, and this is thy true estate. It is good for a maid to till the soil, but it is better to live with her Lady. It is good to build and to weave, but it is better to live with her Lady. It is good to serve maids in every way, but it is better to live with her Lady. She that liveth wholly with her Lady is the servant of all the world; no labour is so great as this, nor so greatly to be honoured. 

Pillar of Light

The verses are from the Madrian Scriptures.

April 23, 2009 at 3:11 pm Leave a comment


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